Culture

MiNDFOOD Radio show 1 – Dannielle Miller

Dannielle Miller is a mother to two teen girls and a major innovator and expert in the field of education and student welfare. She is the CEO and founder of Enlighten Education, Australia’s leading provider of in-school workshops.

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Brit Award Winners 2012

All the winners from the 2012 BRIT Awards.

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Scarlett Johansson gallery

From horse-whispering to zoo-keeping we take a look back in pictures at actress Scarlett Johansson’s impressive film career.

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Ans Westra ‘Wash Day at the Pa’ gallery

Forty-seven years ago Ans Westra provided the text and forty-four images for a Department of Education journal made for primary schools. Titled ‘Washday at the Pa’ the book followed a day in the life of a rural Maori family of eight children awaiting relocation to a state house in the city.

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Choose the next MiNDFOOD cover star

Tell us who you’d like to see on the front cover of MiNDFOOD.

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Birth of a nation

The Beehive is one of New Zealand’s most distinguished buildings – but as parliamentary historian Dr John E Martin reveals, its journey from a design on a napkin to iconic status has been met with considerable challenges. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Nature’s Canvas

Artist, Jim Denevan embraces the idea of temporary ‘exhibitions’ preferring to create his beautiful artworks on an ever-changing canvas that he doesn’t have to store. Manipulating sand, ice, dry lakes and mud flats with sticks and rakes, he creates awe inspiring patterns that reflect natures curves and symmetry.

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Russel Watson – The people’s tenor Part 1

Russel Watson is an English tenor who an overnight success and is now fondly known as “the voice”. In this two part interview he shares with us his early days as a struggling artist, his discovery and rise to fame and his battle with illness.

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Russel Watson – The people’s tenor Part 2

Russel Watson is an English tenor who an overnight success and is now fondly known as “the voice”. In this two part interview he shares with us his early days as a struggling artist, his discovery and rise to fame and his battle with illness.

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Iva Davies

Musician Iva Davies talks about his early days in the music industry with band Icehouse and touring with David bowie.

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Charlaine Harris

Best-selling US author Charlaine Harris talks about how she started writing mystery novels and what led her interest in the supernatural.

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Louise Bourgeois’ public sculptures

Louise Bourgeois’ public sculptures, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Ella Hooper’s latest single

Ella Hooper from The Verses shares the first track from her latest album ‘Seasons’.

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National Bonspiel in Central Otago

IMAGES: The National Bonspiel, or curling tournament, in Central Otago.

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17th Biennale of Sydney

IMAGES: 17th Biennale of Sydney, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Stamp duty

British artist Steve McQueen, a Turner Prize winner and acclaimed filmmaker, has called for portraits of soldiers killed in the Iraq conflict to be turned into postage stamps.

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Uma Thurman

With a host of new films coming out this year Uma Thurman is in her prime, but she takes care not to neglect her most important role – that of a full-time mother, MiNDFOOD reports.

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A minute with: Joan Jett on life as a ‘Runaway’

Joan Jett recounts her career as a rock icon and talks about her biographical movie ‘The Runaways’, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Northern England town planning Luddite anniversary

The people of Huddersfield are rising up again, but this time it’s to celebrate the city’s 19th century local weavers rather than smash modern technology.

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Crafty online mums

A growing number of stay-at-home mothers are utilising the internet to create profitably small businesses, reports MiNDFOOD.

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New York ‘vandals’ mock consumer culture

In New York City’s subway system, self-described vandals who share the name Poster Boy have a political agenda: make passengers question the barrage of advertising they face each day, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Five minutes with: Pippa Blake

Pippa Blake found solace through her painting after the untimely death of her husband Sir Peter Blake, reports MiNDFOOD.

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A moment with: Matt Damon

Like other Hollywood actors, Matt Damon has not shied away from revealing his political views, MiNDFOOD reports.

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A moment with: Katie Noonan

Singer Katie Noonan, best known for her work with Brisbane band george, talks about living in a rainforest and working with Tim Finn, interview on MiNDFOOD.

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